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Kentucky: WWII Travel Sites & Museums

Patton Museum of Cavalry & Armor [Fort Knox] - The Patton Museum contains one of the largest exhibits of armored vehicles in the U.S. from World War I to the present. The museum also includes a large collection on General George S. Patton, Jr. [www.generalpatton.org]

Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum [Fort Campbell] - Originally established as the Division Museum for the 101st Airborne Division, the museum is now the installation museum for Fort Campbell. However, the museum displays still largely center on the 101st Airborne. [www.campbell.army.mil/pratt/]

Aviation Museum of Kentucky [Lexington] - Small collection of planes and artifacts. [www.aviationky.org]

Lost Squadron Museum [Middlesboro] - Home of Glacier Girl, the World War II P-38 recovered from Greenland and restored. However, the P-38 is frequently offsite at air shows and events. [www.thelostsquadron.com]

For more information on Kentucky travel and tourism, visit the official website for the Kentucky Department of Tourism. Since travel information is subject to change, please confirm all travel and destination information before departing.

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